Styles of Horror, part three

Because it’s pretty hard to lose money with a horror movie, it’s been possible for filmmakers to experiment and push boundaries. But it’s a fact which has also produced a lot of laziness in both conception and execution, or at best a rote repetition of overly familiar formulas.

Blasts from the past

Brief viewing notes, July 2016

Weird Wisconsin: the movies of Bill Rebane

Ghosts Good and Bad

Indicator’s Hammer vol. 3: Imperialism, War & Race

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